I thought I'd start out with the Passion Vine. They are blooming on the fence like crazy. They are absolutely stunning. This particular one is the Ruby Glow.
The Shrimp Plant are an often overlooked but very pretty flower. We have them in yellow too though I prefer the orange.
I was going to take a photo of the ice plant and the Tecoma (Yellow Bells, aka Esperanza), in the front bed but I thought it all looked so pretty together I took a shot of it all to share.
I thought this shot looked prettier as a whole than as individuals so I thought I'd include this one of the other side of the above bed. It is of the Thryallis, Bougainvillea, Brazilian Pavonia and Indigo Spires peeking in the background.
The Palo Verdes are still blooming. They remind me of Scottsdale.
The Yellow Yuccas are blooming away in the desert bed as well.
Alongside the Yuccas is the Trailing Rosemary which is blooming right now- hard not to like a Rosemary.
The Russian Sage in that bed are in full bloom as well- I like how they are so muted.
The Agastache is a tried and true favorite of mine (and the hummingbirds).
The Mexican Flame Vine are bursting with color all over the fence...
...along with the Antigonon.
The 'Grassie Lassie' Aloes are blooming and enjoying this cooler weather.
The Podranea Vine are a subtle yet beautiful vine.
The often overlooked yet bursting with color as if screaming for attention, the Purple Heart are blooming alongside the silver Dykia's.
And last but not least, the Madame Galen's are blooming away. I have found people either love or hate this vine. It can get a little large.... but in the right place I think it is stunning.
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